Sacramento State

Sac State’s MBA programs continue to grow

Sacramento State’s MBA programs continue to solidify their reputations for the quality of their instruction and the high caliber of business professionals they produce. U.S. News & World Report recently ranked Sacramento State’s part-time MBA program second among all CSU campuses, with San Diego State first. Nationally, Sacramento State is ranked 125th out of 300 […]

Sacramento State student applications increase

Student applications to Sacramento State for the Fall 2013 semester are up considerably from the Fall 2012 numbers. When the priority enrollment period ended Nov. 30, 20,667 potential first-time freshmen had applied to the University, up 6 percent (1,171 applicants) from last year. Applications from potential transfer students rose from 10,739 last year to 12,504 […]

Precariousness is theme of ‘Balancing Act’ exhibit

“Balancing Act,” the title of David Middlebrook’s exhibit in Sacramento State’s Library Gallery, is an appropriate description of the works themselves and the meaning behind them. The show runs to Dec. 15 at Sacramento State’s Library Gallery. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Middlebrook works with stone, metal and other materials […]

Sac State is buzzing with homecoming activity

California State University, Sacramento welcomes alumni, friends and future Hornets for Homecoming festivities Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13. Festivities kick off at 11:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 12, with the Golden Grads Reunion at the Alumni Center. Sac State graduates from 1962 and earlier will gather to renew friendships and share memories. Graduates and […]

Sacramento State fashion show to benefit youth

The upcoming Guardian Scholars Fashion Show is more than just a fundraiser for the California State University, Sacramento program that supports emancipated foster youth — it’s a confidence builder, a networking opportunity, and a chance for the participants to know the experience of dressing up and having a good time with their peers. The theme […]

Stem cell grant extension propels CSUS grad program

Professor Jane Bruner, associate dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, is especially pleased by a recent $1.4 million stem cell grant extension that will bolster California State University, Sacramento’s Professional Science Master’s (PSM) program. The degree program was born of a partnership between Sacramento State’s Department of Biological Sciences and the UC […]

Quilt exhibit opens at Sac State

A quilt is more than something to keep you warm at night. It’s part history, part art, part personal memoir — all lovingly crafted by hand. California State University, Sacramento will host two free quilt exhibits this fall, both from the collection of Carol Gebel, the university’s former library services specialist. “Artistry of the Traditional […]

Sac State presents an entertaining semester

Fall is almost here and things are falling into place for another season of entertaining and thought-provoking performances and exhibits at California State University, Sacramento, courtesy of the university’s arts programs. At the heart of the lineup is Sac State’s acclaimed Festival of New American Music. The November tradition is a 10-day series of free […]

Exhibit features treasures

For more than 60 years, Sacramento State’s art department has collected works of art, storing them in various places around campus. Now some of the artistic treasures from that cache are being brought into the light with, “Lost and Found: Selections from Sac State’s Art Collection,” in Kadema Hall’s Else Gallery. The collection includes limited […]

CalCap concerts bring summer music to Sac State

Some of the finest classical musicians are coming to California State University, Sacramento for two weeks of workshops, instruction and performances, and the public is invited to hear them in concert — for free. CalCap draws intermediate and advanced performers on violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe and French horn, among others, for intensive rehearsal and […]

Exhibit features theater history

Playbills, programs, letters and posters associated with the history of British theater dating back to the 18th century will be displayed through Friday, Aug. 17 in the California State University, Sacramento library’s department of special collections and university archives. The Gerard A. and Georgia B. Larson Theater Collection, donated to the university in 2011, consists […]

Alumni gather for Sac State art exhibit

A five-foot tall “ticking witch” made from kitchen items, 3D art, a house made of credit cards — all this and more will be on display during the free California State University, Sacramento Art Alumni Show in Kadema Hall’s Else Gallery on the campus, located at 6000 J St. This is a juried art show […]

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